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Although the claimed success rates are high, and the organization presents a convincing front of testimonial and "scientific" evidence; the reality of Narconon seems questionable.

Based on unproven and wrong science, the treatments have little correct philosophical justification, and when independent studies greatly counter reported success rates, it would be prudent to approach drug treatment within Narconon very cautiously.

Narconon may not be (or may very well be) a recruiting ground for a cult like organization as some people will claim, but its methods are questionable, possibly dangerous, and its success rates grossly exaggerated.

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